Breakfasting at the New Le Peep
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Breakfasting at the New Le Peep

Le Peep is one of those Houston things that us born-and-raised Houstonians take for granted, you know? It’s just always there for a casual breakfast or quick lunch. But an expanding River Oaks District threatened that longstanding Le Peep on Westheimer until it found a new spot just down the street. The new, swankier Le … Continue reading

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Bernadine’s Opening Brunch: The Food, The Drinks, and…The Catch
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Bernadine’s Opening Brunch: The Food, The Drinks, and…The Catch

Bernadine’s. The newest addition to the Treadsack restaurant family is open and has started serving brunch! We hit up Bernadine’s on the first brunch weekend to check out the Gulf Coast cuisine restaurant in the Heights (yes that means there was a lot of fish on the menu). PSA: Other #ItsNotHou adventures at Treadsack restaurants include dinner at Foreign … Continue reading

How to Get into the Hottest Brunch in Town: Max’s Wine Dive
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How to Get into the Hottest Brunch in Town: Max’s Wine Dive

Sunday brunch is quite the ritual. It occurs religiously every week at the same time. And once the weekend rolls around, I can feel my bones, stomach, hangover routinely craving the thearapuetic qualities of fresh mimosas, spicy eggs, and shaded patios. It’s safe to say that I’ve brunched a lot in Houston. I’ve been to some good ones. I’ve been … Continue reading

El Big Bad Patio Nails the Equation for the Perfect Brunch Experience
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El Big Bad Patio Nails the Equation for the Perfect Brunch Experience

It’s been a while since I’ve written a brunch post. But then again it’s been a while since I’ve gone to a noteworthy brunch. Recovering from the hangover of two Sundays of mediocre brunch (I’m looking at you Añejo and Majorca), El Big Bad in Downtown Houston really took the edge off and restored my faith in the restorative … Continue reading